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Travel Blogs from Stockholm
... Peter and I got wet.
After drying out it was time to think about dinner so this time we all borrowed the hotels big umbrellas and found a restaurant close by serving Pizza for Nan, Pop and Aunt Sal and plenty of salad for Peter and I. We returned to the hotel ready to jump into bed for a well-earned sleep before waking to another morning of sightseeing in Stockholm before it was time to take a taxi to the ferry terminal to catch the overnight ferry to ...
... footpath among hikers, joggers and bikers. So many swedes seem to be rather sporty, jogging, biking, boating and kayaking. After a while we made it to the city hall, an imposing red brick building with 3 golden crowns and where the Nobel prize banquet is held. At the city hall we discovered the cenotaph of ...
No we did not get kidnapped and develop a fondness for our kidnappers, but we did fall in love with this gorgeous capital city of Sweden. This city is made up of thousands of little islands; they call it the Venice of Scandinavia! I see why, it is such a beautiful city to get lost in! This was another very long drive day to get from Denmark to Sweden, we had 3 nights here though, which meant 2 free days! This was ...
... Swedish city to study their
paper manufacturing. We chatted about cultural normalization in EU, and about
child-rearing difficulties in the US.
Gleb met me at the Central Station in Stockholm right as the sun was
beginning to set. We went out to the waterfront to watch the sunset; quite
spectacular, really. [Oooh, I just noticed they have a coffee machine. Will have
to sample when they wake up.]
... the city for one more day.
We arrived in Stockholm around 3pm, checked into the hotel, parked the van, and, while Dad got a bit of rest, the rest of us wandered around Gamla Stan. It was fun and I think we all agreed that Stockholm is a beautiful city. Very clean, not over-crowded, very picturesque, and well maintained. As with most stops along the way, we wish we had more time to explore and enjoy Stockholm.
We decided to have our last dinner in the ...
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